The Future Architecture Platform is supported by the Creative Europe programme. The Call for ideas 2019 has been launched.
An open call for contributors to OAT 2019 was launched on October 29th. OAT 2019 will challenge the growth paradigm and investigate the architecture of alternatives.
After the first successful edition in 2017, the Flanders Architecture Institute, Het Nieuwe Instituut and the Dutch Embassy in Brussels are once again joining forces to compile a programme for promising young architects from both countries.
An ever-increasing number of Belgian firms are winning international competitions to design projects abroad.
The Royal Museum of Central Africa, recently renovated by Beel architects, is featured in the Italian architecture journal DOMUS and the American newspaper The Wall Street Journal.
51N4E in collaboration with BourbouzeGraindorge transformed part of a submarine bunker in Saint-Nazaire into a multipurpose events hall.
In her interview with Marie-José Van Hee, Alexandra C. Cameron describes the architect as: ‘still subscribing to an unhurried way of life yet showing no signs of slowing down.’
The book Piazze e spazi collettivi, freely translated as ‘Squares and Collective Spaces’ looks at the Stadshal in Ghent by Robbrecht & Daem and Marie-José Van Hee architects.
For the renovation of the park at Doorn Castle, a competition was held for a footbridge, a folly and a further intervention at a location to be determined by the winning designer. Over a hundred projects were submitted.
An exceptional number of projects by architectural firms based in Flanders and Brussels are amongst the nominees for the forthcoming edition of the prestigious ‘European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture – Mies van der Rohe Award’.


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